Welcome to the Rugged Reporter by Kyocera

Welcome to the official blog of Kyocera Mobile – The Rugged Reporter by Kyocera. Here we’ll share the latest insights, trends and thought-leadership topics from the rugged experts both at Kyocera and throughout the mobile industry.

Mobile technology is reshaping the way people do business and it’s an exciting time to be part of the mobile marketplace, both as creators and users of technology. Mobile devices connect people and information in transformative ways that heighten personal experiences and enhance professional performance and profitability.

When ruggedized, these devices help users and businesses realize this same potential, but in virtually any environment and circumstance and without fear of device damage or failure. Our rugged mobile devices are built to withstand the unexpected and uniquely deliver enterprise-grade dependability, all at a reasonable, consumer-tier price point. This is our sandbox. We invite you to come and play.

In the weeks and months ahead, experts from our product, marketing and executive teams will help put news and trends into perspective. We’ll share our insights on the rugged device industry and what’s next in business-mobility solutions. We’ll lend practical tips and advice for business- and power-users, and we’ll share viewpoints from our partners and professional friends about the trends, influences and use cases they see driving mobile innovation.

Welcome to our blog. We encourage you to subscribe via RSS or follow our social channels to get the latest posts, and to share anything you find relevant and interesting on your own social channels. We look forward to collaborating with you.

John is director of corporate communications at Kyocera. He has worked on the Kyocera team shaping its communications strategy over the past 15 years – 13 of those years in-house and two with a Kyocera agency partner. John has always had a passion for writing and began his career as a newspaper reporter at the Whittier Daily News, part of a multi-paper syndicate in Los Angeles.  When not working, he and his wife can usually be found coaching, shuttling, refereeing or cheering for his three sons and their numerous plays, concerts and sports teams.